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and no one is going to join in uon. it could raise prices if it were to happen. >> brenda: accorng to the union wins-- >> the family struggling at mcdonald's addicted to the dollar men and the on food stamps unfortunately. and the workers themselves. see mcdonald's take the 7,000 restaurants and move to automated and eliminating jobs. the workers are going to suffer in the battle between big labor and big business. and the workers, the consumers and teas not right. not every job needs to be unionizedn america. >> brenda: but, tobin, workers point out it's hard to live on $16,000 year in new york city, which is essentially what they're making. >> well, it's hard to live in new york city on 16,0 a month let me tell you. the bigger issue, this is a new york issue. if you look at the overall economy and overall states we're having stes move to right to work state. less unionization. and so, this is a new york centric prlem. you know, the issue of unions, this happens to be the most unionized labor force in the united states. so it sort of les it self-- they're doing themselves a disser
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